Juliette Javaheri is a violinist and dedicated teacher in Hayward, CA. She just relocated back home to the SF Bay Area after studying, performing and working throughout the United States. Most recently she was a teacher to over 20 private students ages 5-18. She has over 10 years of experience working with beginners through pre-professional level students.
As a performer, Juliette has played in local groups such as the Houston Symphony Orchestra and Mercury Baroque in addition to being a founding member of the Axiom Quartet which is in residence at the University of Saint Thomas Music Preparatory School. She has also played with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, the Lousiana Philharmonic, Santa Cruz Symphony and as a Principal Second Violin of the Carmel Symphony Orchestra. She has also performed on a Broadway Tour as Concertmaster of the Phantom of the Opera and is the founder of Classical Revolution Indianapolis. She brings to her students a wealth of knowledge as a performer and her teaching is influenced by her years of study with some of the countries finest performers and pedagogues including: Alexander Kerr, Miriam Fried, Mimi Zwieg, and Kenneth Goldsmith and most recently with Carrie Reuning-Hummel and Edmund Sprunger for Suzuki Violin Training. In the Spring of 2011 she had the opportunity to participate in an overview of Suzuki books 1-6 with notable pedagogue Doris Preucil. Juliette has earned her Bachelors of Music and Masters of Music in Violin Performance studying at Rice University and Indiana University.